State Farm recently donated $10,000 in a matching grant to the Clemson University Habitat for Humanity campus chapter. The funds will help the chapter construct its traditional homecoming house on campus. More than 500 students build the house on Bowman Field and it is moved to a local neighborhood after game day, where students and local State Farm agents complete the house for a new homeowner.

For more information, visit clemson.orgsync.com/org/habitat.

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